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It hts been demon,4trated by experi
ence that consumption can be prevent
ed by the early 1se of Ono Ilnute
Cough Curo. Tis is the favorite rem
edy for coughs, .colds, croup aothina,
grippe, and all throat and lung trou
bles. Cares quickly. Gilder's Corner
'T'here will be twenty odd Methodist
sci-ions on 8unday during the Houth
ern Epworth lc;i%Tue Conference at
Atlanta, July 25th Lo 29th. Take the
Seaboard Air Line ItHallway.
All Atlanta wii. welcome the Ep
worth Leaguers, July 25th to 29th,
by the Seaboard A ir Line Hallway.
To U OAndidate"s
We have been rcquested by the
Treasurer of the Democratic Executive
Committee to state to the candidates
that they can pay their assessment to
County Treasurer Boyd when it suits
their convenience. lie is authorized
to receipt for sie.
EditmIN Awftt Plight.
F' 1M. Higgings, I ltor Seneca, (['is.)
News, was aliiotd for yeari with Piles
that no dotor or remedy helped until
he tried 3ucklen'i Arnica Salve. He
writes two boxeF wholly cured him.
It's lho surest Pi euro on earth and
the best salvo i! the world. Guru
guaranteed. Only 25 cents. Sold by
Tickets will be on sale for the South
erLi Epworthi League Conference at At
lanta, July 2-Ith ani 25th, good until
Avgust tst., inclusive, by the Seaboard
Air Line Rallway.
Thero will be suariso prayer meetings
at the Southern pwort h League Con
ference at Atlauto July :?:ith to 29 !
Love feasts and .jubllces. Take tile
Seaboard Air Line R-tilway.
Mr. J. P. Killebrew, busineS3 mana
ger of the Voice of tile ;'eople, Pros
perity, and Miss Mary L,ee Key, were
united in marringe at Rock 11111, on
W\rednesday of this week. The lerald
and News extends congratulations to
the happy couple and wishes them a
long life of continued happiness.
The law holds both maker and circu
lator of a counterfeit equ&elly guilty.
'Ihe dealer who sells you a dangerous
counterfeit of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salvo risks your life to make a little
lar-er proilt. You. cannot trust him.
DeWitt's is tbe onlv genuine and origi
nal Witch llazel Salv6, it well known
cure for piles and all skin diseases. See
that your dealer gives you I)eWitt's
Salve. Gilder's Corner fiirug Store.
Epwottli League ivill go to Atlanta
for the Southern Conference, by the
Scaboard Air Lino Railvay.
The auditorium i Atlanta will seat
9,030 Epworth I.aguers. The Sea
board Air Line Utlway will take them
The Missionary I natitute for Cokes
bury Distridt will bt held In the O'Neall
Street Church, Nowborry, at 10 o'clock
on Wednesday, August 1st. A pro
gramme has beet, arranged and will
appear later. At night Dr. J. W.
Daniel, of Abbeville, will address the
Institute, and the pecople of Newberry
on the Twentieth Century movement.
'On the following Guy the District Con
ferenee will be openecd.
The people of Newberry and sur
raunding country 2iie cordially invited
to attend all t,bese meetings.
iR. A. CaII, P. E.
A gentleman recently ecm:ed of dys
plepsia gave tile following appropriate
rendering of Burns's famous blessing:
"Some have meat and cannot eat, and
some have none that want it; but we
have meat and we can eat-Kodol Dys
pep)sla Cure be thau ked." Th'is prep)a
ration will digest, what, you eati. It in
stantly relieves and radically cures in
digestion and alz stomrach disorder's.
'Gilder's Corner I)-g Store.
Executive Conn'nittee to Meet .
'The members of the County Damuo
cratic Executive Committee are hereby
req uested to atttendl a meeting of said
committee at the court housa at New
berry, on Saturday, .July 28th, atI1l
o'clock a. mn., for thu purpose of consid
ering petitions for now clubs and to ap
point managers for tihe primary elec
tion and any other business that wIll
come befaro it. Memnber4 wvill come
prepared to name their managers.
C. F. llovn,
A Uooud Congh Medietuc.
Many thousands have been restored
to health and happiness by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If
afilleted with any throat or lung trou
ble, gIve it a trial for it is cert.ain to
prove beneficial. Coughs that have
resisted all other tr-eatmont for years,
have yielded to this remedy and per
fect health been restored. Cases that
seemed hopeless, that the clImate of
famous health resorts failed to benefit,
have been perma'iently cuired by its
use. For sale by W. E'. Pelbam, Drug
TIhe Seaboard Air Line Railway off'ers
super-ior schedulesi for the Con fereonce
of Epworth Leaguers at Atlanta July.
25th to 29tb.
Invite Yone P'a,ronage.
We have bough t the entIre stock of
Furnitur-e andl Ho(usehold Goods of R.
(. Williams, and will continue the bus
iness at, his old si-nd. We Invite the
-patrons of h' WIlliams to continue
-their valued patronage with us, anId
respectfully ask any and all others who
-contemplate purtiasing furniture and
household goods to call and see us. We
shall apare no pains to run our busIness
-on an elevated sy-stem. We will be
.grateful to all who buy from us either
for cash or on inal.uments.
11. i'. TODI) & Co.,
f-tf- Successor-s to 1R. (. WillIams.
There will be a mammoth traIned
chorus at the South ern Epwbrth League
Conference at A tlanta, July 25th to
29th. Take the Seaboard Air Line
VARIOUS AND ALL AiOUr.
Se bridge to let.
Court will convene on Monday.
The days are gradually growing
'Tho candidates arc kept, busy attend
ing the pienties and barbecues.
M1r. Herndon alei, of Cokesbury, is
oil at visit to relatives iII Nowborry.
i. Frank M. Maybin 18 antinounced
as a candidnte for Master In this issue.
Mrs. M.J. ."pting, of Savannah, is
visitino her mother, 'Mrs. If. P. Cline.
We have been having quite a spell of
hot, dry weather. Rain would do much
Captain and Mrs. 'ugene Greneker,
of Augusta, Ga., are'in the etty visiting
M r. Waltur Scott, of Grand Junction,
Iowa, is on a visit to his father, Mr.
The excursionists returned from
Charleston early Thursday morning de
lighted with their t,rip.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright has been grant
ed a month's vacation, and he has
joined his wife at Uampobello.
Mrs. W K. Sligh and children left
Wednesday for Newport, P*a., to visit
hfr sister, Mtrs. J. 11. Harms.
Dr. W. G. 1louscal was called to
I'aris hiountait \Wednesday on account
of the illnest, of his little daughter.
After a pleasant visit to Newberry,
Miss ],u Iuknight has returned to
her home neae Johnso.-Johnson Mon
Mri. S. B. Jones and Mrs. Holbrook
left on Wednesday for the North to
visit relatives. They will spend about
three weeks visiting several Northern
Prof. L. M. lawson, Peincipal of the
Epworth [ligh School, at Oats, Dar
linglon County, stopped over at New
berry last Monday to visit friends, upon
his ieturn from the National Educa
J. 11. Hunter, Esq., was over on Wed
nesday from Saluda in the interest of
one of his cliits who is charged with
murder. lie went before Judge Pope
an I succeeded in haviug hlim granted
b-til, in the sum of $1,000.
Solicitor Thos. 8. Sease.
The very highest compliment to
Solicitor Sease is implied in the fact
that he vill succeed himself in an Im
portant ofliee without opposition. It
carries wit hi it the conclusion that he
has discharged his duty for four years
with prompt.ness, judgment, zeal and
ability. And this conclusion is em
phasized in the view that his Circuit
composes the great and leading county
of Spartanburg with four other oi the
leading counties in the State. Laurens,
Newberry, Greenwood and Union.
Tho Farmers' Inatitute.
A Farmers' Institute conducted by
the members of the Agricultural Dc
partient of Clemqon College will be
held at Pomaria, S. C , on Friday, July
27t,h, 1900. All citizens arc cordially
Invited to be present.
Farmers are earnestly requested to
attend and take part in the discussions.
Thos. W. Holloway, -W. W. Blerly,
Geo. B. Aull, W. Q. Hiipp and Hf. M-.
The occasion of the Institute will
prove instructive to the farmers. Sub
jects of vital imp)ortance will be dis
It is hoped the attendance will be
large. Exercises will commence at 10
o'clock a. m.
A first c'ass barbecue will be served.
P'rogam of Union Meeting.
The nextUnion Meeting of the Reedy
River' Baptist Association, Is to be held
at the Fairview Bl,ptist church, begin
ning on Friday, July 27, 1900. Sermons
to be preached: On Friday, by WV. 5 B3.
[Ford; on Saturday, by TI. J. M ellard; on
Sunday, by M. W. Rfankin.
SUB/JECTS FOR DISOUUSION.
1. Characteisties of the first New
Tdstamnent Cburch.-E. H. Longshore
anud J. W. Bllanton.
2. The Need of Methods in raising
funds for the Lord's Work.--T. Daniel
s )n and M. W. Rankin.
3. The Need of Zeal in Doing the
Lord's Work.--J. T. Davis and W. S. B.
4. The Need of Faith in Doing Re
ligious Work.-M. Werts and T. J.
Jiviteel to Mt. Willing.
Judge Y. J. Pope has received an in
vitatic" to attendl the re-union of Com
panies E. and M. of the 7th S. C. Regi
ment, and Company B, 14th Regiment,
of S. C. Volnnteers, to be held at Mt.
Willing, Saluda County, on August
23d, and address the old sold'iers. D)r.
RL. C. Carlisle has also been Invited to
be pr'esent on this occasion, and meet
his old friends and comrades.
Beedt Potatoos for Second Orop,
Ten barrels of last year's crop of seed
potatoes for second planting at T1he
Newberry Hard ware Company's. f&t 3t
Plesse add following new subscribers
to your phone list:
Loving, C. A. (RLes.)-138.
Tod d, H. E. (Store)-21.
2t L. W. FL.ovn.
July 15th, 1000, at the residence of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Subor, by Rev. J. W. Blanton, Mr.
John B. Lever, of Lexington coungy,
and Mrs. Lilla Farrow, of Newb)'ry
TH1E ISAl .1.. TEAM I)jSIt.IN;S.
'I he l'at,nme iln Nvwbo,ry Win 64t Suln
('10nt to .JNtIfy the A soitallon I nk
Kerjo,ing Up t0he Te'lam.
Tho baseball team was disbanded
The people of Newery-v would not
turn out iI sulicient unumbers to justi
fy the Association In keeping the tean
together, all of the neilbers heilng
hired nenl, and the giate receI pin fall ill
far short, or anythir like paying ex
Then so,eral of tho other teamis inl
the Stato have disbanded recOntly,
naiely, liedr ont aid Inion, for the
same reasons, and enough teams were
not left to get galles4 enough to keep
We are sorry to see the bo)S leave.
They are a elever set of yoUin,1 mlei
anld have made mlanv friend-; (ur1in-1g
their stny here.
The lItest tenm ly for Stolk3aeln anald IloweI
"I have been in the drug busines tor'
twenty years aind have sold most, ill of
the -prol>rietary mediciues of ainy 1(1'.
Among the entire list, I have neve,
anything to equal Chamberlain's Colie,
Cholera and Dia-rhoea I enled y for all
stomach and bowel troubles,"' says 0.
W. Wakefield, of Colubbus, Ga. " I his
remedy Cul-ed two severe eases of
cholera Iluorbus in my family and I
have recommended and sold hundro0s
of hottles of it to my Clistomers to their
elitiro satisfaction. IL affords a gplick
and si i en re in a pleasan, form.'" Por
s"lle by W. I". Pelham, )ruggist.
A Prominent Young UCuple of Na wberriaa
Married in Ctnton.
Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock Al r.
James A. Bowers, son of Mr. James M.
Bowers, of this city, and Miss ist.elle
Todd, oldest daughter of our most es
timable citizen, Mr. James 1P. Todd,
were united In marriage by Rev. W. S.
Bean, D. 1) , of the Presbyterian
ch u rch.
Mr. Bowers holds a responsible posi
tion in Atlanta with the Cable Piano
tmpany, and is held in the highest
esteem and confidence by his emp'oy
ers. Miss Todd Is a most, est.imab!e
and loveable young lady, and Is very
Mr. and Mrs. Bowers left Clibton on
Wednesday morning at II o'clock for
Atlanta, and will come to Newberry
soon on a visit.
The Herald and Newi wishes tbem
much happiness and pleasure through
During last May an infant child of
our neighbor was suffering fi'om chol
era infantum. The d( :tovs had given
up all hopes of recovery. I took a bot
tle of Chambeila'n's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoc., Remedy to the houser
telling them I felt. sure it would do
good If used aecordin7 to dirretions. In
two days time the _n'ld had iully re
covei ed. The chilt. is now vigorous
and healthy. I have recommended this
ramedy f.-equently and have never
known it to fall.-- Mrs. Curtis Baker,
flookwalter, Ohio. Sold by W. E.
Have your Clothes Cleaned and
P'ressed at the Newberry Pressing
Club. Terms, $1.00 per month. Out
side work done at )reasonable prices.
f-It C. P. Pelham, Prop'r.
Luthe ran Suanda,y-school Contvemntlon,.
The Sunday School Convention of
the Newberry Conference will meet at
St. Luke's church, August 16 and 17,
1900, at 10 a. mi.
Devotional exercises. Welcome ad
dress by R. H. Mionts.
Topics for discussion: I. How to en
list greater interest in the Suinday
School on the part of the memibers of
the congregation. Capt. HT. II. Folk,
Thos. W. hlolloway, Re~v. %. W. linden
2. Is the spiritual in Sunday Scho.)1
teachIng overshadowed by the iutel
lect,ual? Jefferson Quiatltlebaum, A. G1.
WVise, Revs. S L. Nease, Ceo. S. Bear
3. Th Sunday School -its aim and
purposes in retation to tihe church.
R. T. C. Huniter, J. E. Boland, Rev.
Chas. H. Arnustrong.
4. The Suinday School-its aims and
purposes in relation to the home. D).
B. Wheeler, J. S. Wheeler, Revs. W.
HI. 11111cr, J. J. Long.
5. Ilow to interest the Suinday School
In missionary work and benevcolent
objects. Jno. C. Goggans, Wmn. P.
Houseal, Revs. M. G. G. Scherer, S. T1.
6. Opening query box,
7. Lesson taught and exemplified
from International lessons for August
19th. President Geo. B. Gromer.
8. How to reach the absent scaolar?
Prof. S. J. Derrick, Revs. W. K. Sligh,
H1. P. Counts.
9. Should the Sunday School sup)por-t
itself? Prof. E. B. Setzler, Revs. J. A.
Shigh, A. J. Bower's.
That Throbbting Hleadache.
Would qjuickly leave you, if you used
Dr. Klung's New Life llsII. Thousands
of sufferers have proved theie match
less merit for Sick anid Nervous Head
aches. - Thiey make pure blood and
stron'g nerves apdi build up your health*
Easy to take. Try them. Only 25
cents. Motiey back If not cured. Sold
by all Druggists.
B. I of Womiall's Cllogo, Riclumolid, Va,
Will open School September ist, 1900.
Music Room in central part of town.
Termas, $2.50 per 8 Lesson?.
A ROTTEN GAME
*NWa1n;aA'i lt I.!. E' -l' (:l(tsjI I NU
whe Sim,y ."d .1 . a? .1t- 1 k,o 11' Tohl lby
th it) atu (b' i t mat t tey i.,-,t tih
(Iran(l St-,m4l lltroro mhe tt.iitt
The follow ing r41e1ol t' of t g ram of
b)all beWk-lOW-tn th A d anl ild NEw
heIorr3 taiIns iNyed itn ( 'ohlkillhIa on
Wo(dn I .hN is ta r mtht, Statv amd
tolls a tidh-fil tale for Now ll.hy:
Thel b.-Ill 1"aZMeWiv ilt, r'daty aft.e noonl
betwcen !h .n der n azoi! Nt -nirry
Seamlb Y:"S Wl UnhliAer"'th"r andl ont.
iided that a v y le . notice woul4d
be out of 1:3''.
Iforc ihe 'gniil I :m a:nd evel evn )
to the beigh"ihig of thn third iing,
everyhedy. thuh l !o the- two teamus
wt rceveniy uW''Ii and U S)thato
tiine hall, phlying, wolNd beth eslt
but this 'iN was W-intid bfore
L.he blW hAdt pr-onveed very har. The
liSO two pnin:> l:uoi playnd willh
.11,ap and ;,,. with oli.N : (Ile rml mado.
by lmhni], i-.( I t a .iI t1hi-- I als.ed tht-:z1. v
t.or' lo C.;vk that, the 'a ilo wo l'
be le No.w t xit. i 1 broughout. Ih'l
whlen tli.. ii.( i;11 wvas ov r amd
Aliderlsolln .1ad ha up 13 runsw tf
hercre i: u .i N. - rey had oiiid
nly a t. il l , t;e IL crowi i l lte.'
S and wil" d l.oth. m a(count. of the
"tor li3y i Y ' !iil : t weather.,
and ill b i of a clos-, thale t vanihe
The .No-O) Ivry tea:n W44 at H.td d ;'pl
poinmel l t k I I v). r i t li work last
weok agow:t the UhR ia" it leTd tho
ball ranlk to bileit vc thatt it coui isd
its own he t t ilyers frolv- .n
delt3oln , bilt, iln thLis aLl.emi pt tiht! Nvvw
berrys p"ovvd a lamcnUable 1i L-..
Judging by this ole gi:lll the tva -
no m1latll wiateverl for that of iAl'er
sof, Which wiled up tuns at, will jes
terday anu v:oon and made nionkey
out, of the Nt,wbervial ls.
The crow< oin th Aand beanm soon
disgusted with 'ho pooir showing liuk
try Newhcry, ad-i m mely loft, t1h1 tcell
long behre the last inning was Hli
Wecddlin1!!t(o , fihe N wh ry ith ,
Was p) l!(Iotid all ovt-el fthe liehl for il
safe hits with a total of 22 bass.
Balls werc raining in all di- i't,ions to
Such ail l: nt that hl l. takell out
of the b:x after pitchin 1'vo. iin ifgs
and (its e wvaA pilt, in] hi:- place. Case
did very much btter, but the .\ud-r
son boys hit hini frely ali, and conl
tinued to add runs t their .--core.
Neither tvaiu phi.ved with much life,
bot Ander."on had u h a-! isoft, snap that
it was aird f)or I liall get up Amluhel
entlhuslesial if any ait ad.
The batue vided 2; to Ll in favlog of
Andet ion, the four ri billnd awmost
presented to Newhlerry asI a1 kinld Of
Aknderson playod ia good steady gabe
throughout, making only onu error in
the iine inntling s.
Raganl of A ndersonl is at Capit,al left
handedIC( Iitf'herl and but two saUfe hi(S
Were 113lde olfis d lily nt h ell" n.",
Aond'son.(f i 1lder, whe h2 capartd-in
grat stenhc igy af: Ae makC'SI ing
Onse of it"Newer fy ho:r runsI1 everI
made'~ onate (:iIslmia diaond wa
Burnliet41-Htel of Adeo,fr which hewas
warmlye applude. e'' ; le'
It,ismt necessarIly tc push th
s ceain etaily for onyghe asummary
is ag ive ais fo lw 1s: LILi'I1I~lliI
Anv'er an......... o 1:e.t : s )f tI7 0---t6
Cors - NwherryI an tI(:' .\ndersont Cli
mae e,I Iios-Newhe r :11 Anden in
T wole ClusC t-Ant.lieon 4.IClyta
hree ii a I l i s- ucder o ii c. he
Doubeis'e 1,1'alays-Newbherryl liti;oi .\nder
T185oalatison, Ilive Angoderso.n 2
Newbr, yl( (AIC h2.iet y01
bot n Io itleay to ltn.yh ycap. b
Ad dcheap remeillyeWI'( forong s ale boyd
t.a wih r1eliveaiur b.mr
seveeaidngous thesults0 1)f troat
Gam tol a1warmerad Inote regir' ell-s
ma .te? llYe, if posibl 21 ort yo, then int'p
(feitercase toae teonl themedyt 1that
has (I eentC( Cint.rdcedin ate civilrizeda
rcnri 0it, snucsst ndvr toae
and lugtrit ot Cles dochn's terman~ C
Syrup."- it: not. only hele andCI' slCi,m
oltethein tilstes tti' deto t,Igerm ,ts
dihease, but4 a.lays intlhimmt,ion, thes -
rest,Lo fi and ur the pai tit. hTry one1(
btltlo wihommetned ayas bya,htill11
the duggists in g,eal. mainr salerby
A meeiCstoing of i,ho Jam'eo D. Nance1i11
foop illehli the chtourts ' houe
of nglecting11 delgtesC to theStt reuIdn
aolfited Confedns.tI VeIteraans ato
tak! atndanclle members deie. Gl
Adfer mainyz lint ricte exprien
sc'inist aedsoee ehdo
The followting i:. :., com!plcto list C
the Stde wiodidah's, whi wll bl i
NewherrY on August, third, for Lit
pittpos of addressing the people oi ti
issues of tit. tiay:
Pl. Gvenortank 1. Gr,.11ts
\. llo.v, \. It. MeSweeley. A. I i. Pat
erscin :mi C:. \Valt. \\hilimin.
[.l'' . id n e m tG v r o - ole. 1,
lla tv, Nox IJ,ivigs1t . .Iwi. T. Slostn
.h-s. I1I. Tiih I. iAI . l.. 'ile.v
Fori I\ r I I c c11 , I ItittL I-1 en. Io t
l"'or A0it'ni e. (:en e l ( . XVne
flt hetge aIi. .. I. \ ali t..
Dr. W Il. l u1. .,m-r 1.
W'or ;ecrevta I y of State M1. R.
fi I d t :-1 ion
IFllison ('aers.. andI. .. 1. \lil.
1'rAIJ!lawit Gevneral--J. \\. Floyd
a twd G;. P. Hll-;c.
-orI COmp1) I W ttIoVti Oke G entl1 N. \\.
Br00kOr' anItt .1. 1'. )trham.
F-or Nidrn Comimlissimln.l --T. N.
lierry, W '. l. d.I: , 1. Bt,. .i \\
It. Alay ild, J. 1.:. I'-L-ae n d It 'e tti t.
F''or o -A . . .I ;1 k rti . I). I
Verler ladn C. T. \V-vhie.
i obl e'< te Git n 1*1ve.
A Miartding in idnti, of il-it tMr.
-.ll 0!.verol' l'* hiladelphiai, w.Is thv
-.'Ihj'VI, is 1:ar .t1 le irnl It. ol4 w
''l w s i ll -l t I .A 1a oa d fl c o n d it io n .
My sko waslao.w yNlowyow unke",
Omlouencd, p:.Il vontinul:0y in
hliwk n il si.e, lt)> ttwitv -grad -iy
gi.w-xig wv.akor daly bly daly. Thrl.t
phyNSicianls Illtl ..iVent Illetip. 1.'orttu
nlt(vIy, a friend advi-vd try;ng sEv.
:e liitvuers; lid to any geatjo3ynd
il?IoI'V nnt, t. ICot01in A their s
:or Itlh) weeks, I'ng l t m now it well
'1an. I kil'w thry aIt ved my 11i ' g)
obbed ho gratv . ofl nither vietim."
No one should fid! to try.N thern. Onily
-0 ves., guirinteed it till Drug Storep,
'ctt Iltlilie. tilli tjo,? A ti
We will Servo. a fhitass Ibabeecue
It St,. L k' it llstty, 31st inistatLt.
A good dinlner. is alsuIred. Cor0, tind
.1l. '.1'. H1 UI N ER.
N. it Li ST1i1.
Anl Excepvti t1.t h i Cule.
A shop where you eaIt ret. what you
want ad)I when you Wil ib,.
'0 L5 II itti it 1 T 1 As e ,t' L i t'3.
r. H.LSti., aattger. Lta-O
FEE. i 11.001> l UICE.
Ai lo r irtvidig i t' it i m ke t f re.
s yourl lBloodt P'urc? A\re you Sore
of ;t? Do (Ilt,s iand sceratches he(al Slow
ly? Dovi your r3kinl itllhIor burn? 11,ave
.\o0- pitulples? N'ruptionls? Avling.
1ies or liark? -vl-zma? ( ond 18,ores?
!thiis? Svvnfuwt? Itheumlatism? huml
Ireath? C1ttyrrh? Atr yOd Iale? If
or IMrify .your A li it Once With
1111I. . ( utLi ik Ilood lt:da). It.
w'aes the h0cod pure and' tich, hleaLls
kVIr y sre 11d gives at clear, smloot.1h ,
halt y skin. Mci)ivated Mases H
olcul-s, canwerv, (nOing. Sork-s, painfull
swellingq, Muod poin a tre quickly
CO ld bY It. It. 1, madjo epecially for
all obstilate Wlood andl( "kin troubles.
it. 13. DI. is dilerent, from other r0e1
dils becaulse 11. I t. It. dhii taisihf poi oL
v! aeiner out r t the blood and enCtre
systet'1o Otihe Sip ms l ann II MOt e0t urn-1.
live it at I.NII. Il enres, WhVn all VISe
r, a -. 'thr s l 0t 41!ed ;ot, t,birty
Li:tt 1. mol at, Trg Store s at $1 PAr
( h ot e a hot.t le. ( 1 ri t.1-vat,
t ent) h >. iS oiC i suL;,t i n,t ' ayIhi I w-s li t
Ii ave tia iet away ll ab.suel' free.
Co., (l llaa a. Ait to ily. 1
fLargmpoe sfunuynply m
phaznd rethnncisa idew.o
iTurr rs .Tak S te saa>r
Buyot Laur fo l the b tes
N5t to11 2Nl) Tak t,he Saor (A YV
1,ie Ralw,aty.oe~ . tt,wl e
To her lwillt bespowaibe oacing houne
a'nd ot-el late at l)te ovewrh L~oegue
Confeence t CAolnty uperhitor0t.
Th I!wot I,eKIYapNNONI' *o forence at,
A anidte Cort' Mcasi'of inowhich
(,e ong peoldpleof Suern toMedothed
CIsmlhav had ali met'lng alth'rwn
TaketheSabardANir Lie ailwa.
Tvacher for tho St. Paul school III
dIistrIi(.t 3 1. 1 ZvqcofIrvI een t, 1st G , gra%d U.
School will t!.t about sevo 1nonths.
Abotit. 25- pupil- in the prim:try ',rades.
SSitliy RI2S por .io. SLciool to open in
v t. Iwleetion of tc Illeh . on tie fIlrat
Ttl.4day in Au . Send application
w ith flil part l ti lairs asto qualifentliohs,
ex1erienleo-&v to anly of - the following
at SI igh1s. S. C.
J11o. V'. Kibler,
JIlo. It. Hiedcihaulgh,
Tonutert1 W ntiledl
We the I-der.igied tritees of
Unimn Acaduily, scho-1 dist-ivt No. :12,
wVill receive app;ita'ions fr tveher.
A plilicationls muslt hw inl by 11e labt of
Jily. Salary j'i0 per m t. phellool
run i s mix or. 1 m11011ts. No. 10
\\'m. Ao.B>b, ('ha.irvilan,
a s e e r e ta r,I I ( I oc 1-iby .
W. G. -1nlow.
Tent )-.r Wntecd.
A (.ucher will b el 'il fel' the St.
PhIiilhp,, Se'Iso,,. s,lOoi j L N ). 22,
on] -.\ wust kt. 1901. .\ppliva:ions, gist
,I inl hialid of I r h.ve by ihat.date.
'I'he ,vinoot w\i,l 'le l-ab it Is'. of
Noiheand toa-hl.l will bh,r1-uIired
to hold I- first raec1q0ith-elt. TermIl,
of scIool six liontli;.
W. I'. Noonl,
1). A. Iuf
It. . C.h
slig1 1 's S. C . pni,ea
that (laT o ehe-r Wantitt'~.gee
The trust-tE' of Trinlity ( -hool will
meet on .\' iui Ist., 19 , f(" ihi pur
poje of elet.inr a Aeee. .pplient
tionS 1musl41, hWe I. hitId ill 11 tIll r teforie
that tle to 1h 11 it ne.
b l T Tes,t il e St.Sl,e .
W.. . .ll-Ni i. NN
.'bhe trtiovs of 81m1yrina S .hool wil
io.vet o il eriday, .'rd ot .ti1s, for th e
trliose of a teachr it i llcv. Salir
$25 per mionth. Apolieationls sent t'o
the trustuct oni r bef-rme date :uhove.
XV C. N.tfs Ih':i-, 'k.
'I' iit ivot .. 11:ttes
Tie watrons of Ii t he itodl. dc.e
No. 26, wVill im,v i mari ; S amti t ur
(IhIy, A uglist -10h. 11400, lit -1 :;0 p. mI., t o
eet,i val i therl forl the en4nin'- y eal
o ihe sCh1o rNo 5' m ses1011 i. Salary $25
-r ioth . A one but, li.I grad
Lvacher wantcd. A1ed .\. tio- Smid
b Sent to thle tI U tist I thl l.e
W. .\. I WNN,
G. 13. .\rm.,
Thev patrons of Lork School, Listriel
NO. 0>, l Ilvis. at -ho lle,
1."M i nt c of12 11 1 1 Cl -w 1).i i ( l l ..i
to alc it a .e ii. for next sai.
year'. 'v l'-; .:( p..r mlow:th. Stchoo'
to runl if,Ix mlontl h1. A pplic at.ionsshould
he o.Al d dressvd tI I tho u listignied
W. (;. Mvetfs,Sirw
Li M. Kt 'tr-d, onrlait.
D. T. N icker, l'm
'lhe ito-tns of lth111fiird \e lde
J.ulyist, 9t0. .Il)a Isa ni, 4t ( e lect
Secrelta ofte lnr fTrses 0
la. IlI.y), Newhorry.l(y
- -II whN ,
\Ve l.Ati S 1o th m. i. ii.\Y Us,
.S -'.i I l 'A s ix
wilhol aobor m Itig o .llyomhany
elect, a 'icipl and A.,stis ftntirisai
tcool tAll ap lintions musltiv hgirt
th hand. A. thTrt.s bfore tatd
dat. .tale app0n will piC ,le sij0tte
terms uon hichit ithIe iwill teac
Agricul W.ur. Imr,n f l
AndThetrusteesn ofdeo the arm.ol
wHaless a Mtache o saiderooo
August 1rd. nAtl piant wrml onea.
plicatin o i t hr af the lrinedo
8AIJD~I~UY lil. P. RNilS.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LANE BACK T
Kidney Trouble makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news.
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
L cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy. i
It Is the great medi.
cal triumph of the nine.
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientifio research by
Dr. Kilmer, the em.
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not reo
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladdertrouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and
send your address to
hamton, N. Y. TheR i
regular fifty cent and Homoof Swamp-Roo%
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
FROM A MASS OF MATERIAL
'te Inagazilne writos, sift out and ar
ange intierestingly, facts which are
miiecessiblo to the average man. All
hie 111rrent Inagazines contain Some
hing of absor-bant, interest, in all liues of
The le:d i ng pIC, 0d icals CII 1)3 o -
tillUd at all times here. We sell all
If them or receive subscriptions at reg
We ILso have a big line of lilammoeks
vhich Wo atre selling at, prices to suit,
he prlSe, at
W. G. MAYES'
W E WiLL ML CXT A l)lSPENsER
an(d Cleric for, Newberry Count y
mn the 181,h day of August. All appli
iit,lo-is for tLle places must, bo filed and
worn:to by the 21st day of Jnly and
unille handed to a Ielliber of the ioard.
'lie )ispenser, taken charge the Ist
WI)t , and serves for one e'.
.1. I'. ilA itNMON.
Newberr, S. C., Jiuly 2, 1900.)0 ltf
I amIf no0w prepCared to supply the pub
Ie With all the ice they may demlanid
0o' tihe sununelr.
My wagons will be put, on to-day.
i ny oneo wanting Iee from wagon will
>lease0 notify me at once. This will
mesist me great,ly in m.aking out, rot.o
I'lease get tickets and (10 not ask L e
Iriver to charge anything, Ico wvill ho
old1 str'ictly for cash.
I solicit, yoer patronage, assuring
'ou the best possib'tle service.
S. B JONS.
lave arri vedl. They cembrace the latest
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Which'wo will make at
10oder'ate - Prices!
IT AND - 1W0llr,ANlP
SCOTT & CARSON,